Join us at our next Research Dialogues session for a discussion on open access publishing, which will be held on Tuesday, October 19 from 1:00 to 2:00 PM via the Zoom platform on the following topic:
Open access publishing 101: A how-to guide on how to successfully publish your work
We will be using Zoom for this session and registration is required:
The session will be bilingual.
Our presenters represent the Equitable Leadership Network Educational Research Unit:
- Stephanie Chitpin, Full Professor, Faculty of Education
- Olfa Karoui, PhD student, Faculty of Education
- Doug Archibald, Professor, Faculty of Medicine
Join us as we discuss the ins and outs of open access publishing. Recently, there has been growing interest in open access publishing versus traditional publishing methods. In this session, we will walk you through what open access publishing is, the benefits of open access publishing, where open access articles get published, how to create a real-world impact with your work, and the steps required to publish your work in an open access format. We will provide tips and tricks on how to write your article, walk through the peer review process, and elaborate on the publishing ethics and standards. Through this session, we hope to provide insights to upcoming scholars and graduate students on the open access publishing process and to encourage our scholarly community to publish their work in an open-access format to facilitate knowledge sharing in order to contribute towards the real-world impact of our findings.
Faculty of Education regular professors, part-time professors and graduate students are invited to attend. We hope to see you then!